Changelog 1/14/22: Favorites, deploy with git, and execute rules

Changelog 1/14/22: Favorites, deploy with git, and execute rules

Jan 14, 2022
Madhura Kumar

You're now able to add tasks, runbooks, and folders to your favorites, deploy Airplane tasks automatically as you push code, and configure execution rules for tasks and runbooks. If you have feature requests you'd like to see in future changelogs, let us know at hello@airplane.dev or send us a message.

Favorites

You can add tasks, runbooks, and folders to your 'Favorites' by clicking the star icon.

Drag and drop to reorder favorites and they can be removed directly from the sidebar.

Deploy with git

In addition to deploying tasks using the CLI, you can now deploy tasks automatically as you push code. This process might look similar to how you deploy other production systems:

  1. Open a pull request with changes using a version control system like GitHub
  2. Merge approved code into a 'main' branch
  3. New code automatically builds and deploys to production

More information on deploying with git in our docs.

Execute rules

Earlier this week we introduced execute rules that allow you to configure the execution behavior for a task or runbook. By default, tasks and runbooks do not require requests and allow self-approvals. You can turn these options on in the 'Advanced' section of the task or runbook editor.  More details about the behavior can be found in the Execute rules section of our platform docs.

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